Book flights to Vienna (VIE) with Eurowings for as little as EUR 44.99*.
* Basic fare (one-way) unless indicated otherwise – there are surcharges for checking in luggage. Fare per leg and per person. Limited seat availability.
The Austrian city of Vienna (VIE) is known not just for its coffee shop culture, but also for its many attractions. The city, a former imperial residence, offers numerous museums and art galleries, some with new exhibitions year-round. If you like attending the opera or theater, you've come to the right place in Vienna (VIE) as the city has a long history of performances. The best way for tourists to explore Vienna (VIE) is with the red hop on, hop off bus. It stops at all the key sights and also provides important information about the city's buildings and monuments.
This Austrian city has so many interesting sights that a few days are not enough to see them all. Book your Vienna (VIE) flights now and go on an exciting tour of the city. Follow in the footsteps of the Habsburg monarchy and visit the palaces of Schönbrunn and Belvedere. The Haus des Meeres (House of the Sea) is a little more exciting and home to numerous tropical marine and freshwater fish. Visitors to Vienna (VIE) should definitely take a ride on the Ferris wheel, as the Viennese Prater is the city's landmark. If you like, you can take a little trip back in time through the city's history with Time Travel Vienna.
Fans of culture should take a close look at the Vienna Old Town. Book your Vienna (VIE) flights now and discover the historical buildings in the Old Town, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for many years. A visit to one of Vienna's many coffee shops is a must, as no other Austrian city is as famous for its coffee culture as Vienna (VIE). In the evenings, there are many restaurants offering local specialties. Wiener Schnitzel, apricot dumplings or Kaiserschmarrn pancakes are all on the menu. If you're then off for a night out at the clubs, you'll find a colorful scene awaits. The tempo is a little more sedate in the city's many bars, where it's more about sociability and the true Viennese sense of humor.